WEBINAR - Creative Methods for Local Enforcement of Federal Firearms Restrictions

David W. Keck, J.D. | BWJP |

Even if your state does not prohibit firearms possession by Domestic Violence offenders, your community can still develop firearm surrender protocols. Federal law prohibits possession of firearms by Domestic Violence offenders because they are a specific group of individuals demonstrated to be untrustworthy with firearms. This webinar explores proven methods for removing firearms from Domestic Violence offenders, even absent specific state statutory authority.

ARTICLE - Non-Fatal Firearm Uses in Domestic Violence

April M. Zeoli, PhD, MPH | BWJP |

Non-Fatal Firearms Uses in Domestic Violence analyzes the pervasiveness of batterers using firearms in nonfatal domestic violence to control their partners. Estimates vary regarding the frequency of firearm use, but national estimates suggest that 4.5 million women are threatened and 900,000 women have a gun used against them in their lifetimes in the United States.

WEBINAR - State Laws on Firearm Prohibitions for Domestic Violence Protective Orders

April M. Zeoli, PhD, MPH | BWJP |

This webinar provides a comparison of current state laws regarding firearms prohibitions following imposition of domestic violence protective orders.

WEBINAR - Recent Trends in Firearm Legislation and Case Law Update

Alla Lefkowitz, J.D | Everytown for Gun Safety |

The landscape around firearm laws is constantly shifting. If you want to know about recent legal changes, this webinar is for you. The National Center on Protection Orders and Full Faith & Credit is pleased to have Alla Lefkowitz, Senior Staff Attorney of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence present “Recent Trends in Firearm Legislation and Case Law Update.” This webinar will provide an overview of legislative changes and current firearm case law.

WEBINAR - Implementing a Firearm Surrender Protocol

Jennifer Waindle | Jenni Stolarski |

Research and experience confirm that access to a firearm dramatically increases the risk of lethality in domestic violence cases.